List of business theorists

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This is an annotated list of important business writers.[1] It is in alphabetical order based on last name. To facilitate reading, only names are hyperlinked. For quick navigation, click on one of the letters:
























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  1. ^ The Harvard Business Review asked 200 management gurus—the business thinkers most often mentioned in the media and management literature—who their gurus were. For their responses, see here.
  2. ^ Le Maroc et le Développement de ses métiers Mondiaux : Une Profession d'Apprenti Global d'un Suivisme Passé, Le Quotidien Maghrebin, January 10, 2014 Le Maroc s'est attelé a une locomotive dont l'itinéraire et la destination ne sont nullement présents sur la carte Marocaine. Les plans et les visées de cet itinéraire sont inscrit dans une globalisation assidue des unités productives basée sur une rémunération de l'apport productif en fonction des marges de profit calculées sur des échelles comparatives entre les pays possédant ressources...more Comparison of Marketing Practices and Procedures in the Western, Asian and Islamic marketplaces and cultural environments, 2013 This powerpoint presentation is unique in the sense that is the first of its kind to present and tackle the subject of International Marketing Strategy through a comparison of the corresponding practices and procedures in the Western, Asian and Islamic marketplaces. Globaloganization of Renault Development Strategy, GlobalEDGE Business Review, Broad College of Business, Michigan State University, 2010 Executive Briefing: This article presents the drive of Renault from the edge of bankruptcy to the rise of its model Logan to international preeminence, fame and success. At the same time, Renault concentrated its production in countries that have been considered by the major car manufacturers as solely a marketplace and not the location of their production. Doing Business in China, 2009 Entrepreneurship environment and Business practices and potentialities in China are summarized here to enable the reader or the attendee of the workshop to develop a first understanding of the particular business mentality of the Chinese Entrepreneurial Spirit and Morals. This presentation is also a throughly analysis of the business characteristics and the economic conditions of the various...more Berkeley City College and EBCITD: Design of Training Program for Chinese Executives. Culture Diversity and Business Culture: Abstract of Research. Value Proposition for the Silicon Valley Center for International Trade Development. I designed this operational strategy and value proposition for the Silicon Valley Center for International Development, which I presented to Dr. Fred Prochaska, Dean, Career Programs and Workforce Development at West Valley College as part of the final round of the interview I conducted for the position of the Director of this Center: The Great Call in China, Business Communications Review International, London, Great Britain, 2001 Return on Investment, Information Technology and Customer Relationship Management. Doing Business in North Saharan Africa, US Department of Commerce, San Francisco. Powerpoint Presentation at an International Conference to consolidate the African Growth and Opportunity Act in the United States, 2000 Working with Congress, the Clinton administration succeeded in obtaining passage of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) in May 2000, a landmark piece of legislation designed to boost trade with reforming African nations and benefit Americans and Africans alike. NAFTA: An Interview with Cuauhtemoc Cardenas, Gateway, Golden Gate University, San Francisco., 1993 To Be or Not To Be: NAFTA, Connection, (GGU), San Francisco, 1993 Economie politique du subcapitalisme en Amérique latine (1830-1930), Lille : Atelier national de Reproduction des Thèses, 1992., 1992 We created and validated this new theory on Subcapitalism as the emergence of economic sub-systems complementary to the European Capitalism. Our Theory defines Subcapitalism as the substitute to the colonial-mercantilism and as an economic adaptation and financial integration of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru in the new form of international capitalist interactions. Rencontre avec Cuauhtémoc Cardenas, Espaces Latino-Américains, France, 1992 US and Global Management Strategies Development, American Institute of Management -AIM- Oakland, CA Countdown to Europe 1992, Connection, GGU, San Francisco, 1990 The Internal Determinants and International Significance of the Single European Market in 1992, The Gateway, GGU, San Francisco, Part I & Part II, 1990 German Reunification Brings Major Economic Reconstruction, California Business Weekly, Walter A Haas, School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, 1990